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What is the difference between the Youth Olympics and the Olympics?
Culture and learning is just as important as sports in the Youth Olympic Games. This is something that separates the YOG from the regular Olympic Games. The athletes must be present in the Lillehammer region all ten days the Games last.
The best young athletes from the ages of 15 to 18 will come to Norway in February. Some of these people will win medals in the Olympics later in life and be the greatest athletes in the world. In Lillehammer, the spectators will have a chance to see them first, before everyone else.
The YOG consists of the same sports that we know from the Olympic Games, but will also introduce new and innovative events, such as monobob and cross-country cross.
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Four nations come together at Lillehammer 2016 to win Short Track Speed Skating Mixed NOC Team Relay gold
Slovenia continue Ski Jumping success with gold in the Mixed Team event at Lillehammer 2016
The United States of America’s Chloe Kim wins second gold of Lillehammer 2016 in Ladies’ Snowboard Slopestyle
Norway claim gold in the Men’s Freestyle Skiing Slopestyle at Lillehammer thanks to Birk Ruud
Ashleigh Fay Pittaway wins Great Britain’s second gold of Lillehammer 2016 in Women’s Individual Skeleton
The United States of America’s River Radamus wins third Lillehammer 2016 gold in Alpine Skiing Men’s Giant Slalom
Slovenia confirm Individual Ski Jump double with Bor Pavlovcic taking Men’s gold at Lillehammer 2016
Ema Klinec from Slovenia wins Ladies’ Ski Jump gold at Lillehammer 2016
Polina Tsurskaya wins Ladies’ Figure Skating Free Skating for the Russian Federation
First ever Team Ski-Snowboard Cross gold won by Germany at Lillehammer 2016
Russian duo Anastasia Shpilevaya and Grigory Smirnov win gold in Figure Skating Ice Dance at Lillehammer 2016
Ladies’ Snowboard Cross gold won by France’s Manon Petit at Lillehammer 2016
Russian duo Ekaterina Borisova and Dmitry Sopot win Figure Skating Pairs Free Skating gold at Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games
Jake Vedder wins the United States of America’s seventh Lillehammer 2016 gold in the Men’s Snowboard Cross
Chloe Kim claims United States of America’s second gold at Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games
The United States of America’s Birk Irving claims Men’s Skiing Freestyle Halfpipe gold at Lillehammer 2016
Jiyoo Kim claims Short Track Speed Skating 1000m gold for Republic of Korea at Lillehammer 2016
River Radamus wins United States of America’s first gold medal at Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games
Moa Lundgren of Sweden wins the first gold of Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games
Min Sun Kim takes the Ladies’ 500m Speed Skating gold medal at Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games
Silje Norendal might make it look easy, but it takes of focus and determination to reach the top. Listen to Silje Norendal on what goes through her mind while she’s in the air. Glad to have you as an inspiration to the young athletes, Silje. Stay awesome!
Silje Norendal might make it look easy, but it takes of focus and determination to reach the top. Listen to Silje Norendal on what goes through her mind while she’s in the air.Glad to have you as an inspiration to the young athletes, Silje. Stay awesome!
Posted by Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games on Tuesday, December 22, 2015
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